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places of interest during the British period
Aurangabad was a city in the Bombay Presidency and headquarters of the Aurangabad district.
Modern name: Aurangabad
- FIBIS database Aurangabad Cantonment Cemetery. Inscriptions have been transcribed from gravestones at the cemetery. Images are also available, which are part of the FIBIS Cemeteries Project, and may be ordered for a modest donation.
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Churches and missions
- Trinity Church
- St Philip's Church
Trinity, Christhurch and St Philip's Churches are all about 150 years old (2012). Trinity Church, the oldest, was originally called Garrison's Church and was attended by British troops. It was closed briefly after Independence and opened again later. 
Places of interest
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Historical books on-line
- Aurangabad Imperial Gazetteer of India
- Gazetteer Of Aurangabad (1884) archive.org
- "Aurungabad" page 22 Report on the medical topography and statistics of the Nizam's military cantonments and army 1852 Archive.org
- Churches ready to welcome Christmas Times of India